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The David Ross Education Trust, which runs Charles Read Academy in Corby Glen, to offer paid job placements for unemployed in Government’s Kickstart Scheme




An education trust is offering paid job placements to those most at risk of long-term unemployment.

The David Ross Education Trust, which runs Charles Read Academy in Corby Glen, has joined the Government’s Kickstart Scheme.

The scheme, which is part of the Plan for Jobs initiative, supports employers in providing six-month funded job placements for people aged 16 to 24, who are in receipt of Universal Credit and are also at risk of long-term unemployment.

Charles Read Academy in Corby Glen. Photo: Google
Charles Read Academy in Corby Glen. Photo: Google

Nicola Morton, human resources business partner at the trust, said: “To support this great initiative, we have over 50 placements available across our primary and secondary schools in a variety of roles. We will provide excellent quality six-month placements fully supported by our teams and in partnership with the BeReady Group successful individuals will also benefit from a world class learning platform and exceptional employability training.”

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